Or ASSume that one doesn't drive a 2008 vehicle because they can't
afford one. LOL.
Me? I'm planning on the near future purchase of a 1997-99 BMW E36 M3.
Nimble, fast, and no heavyweight compared to the E46. Even better
would be an E30, but finding one without rust is nearly impossible.
There's something about the earlier M3s that the current nearly two-ton
monsters created by Chris Bangle. The guy really should be shot.
The worst thing you can do is buy a used BMW, if a friends 325i is any
Good damned thing he bought it new.
The first 50K was on BMW. He had horrible bills up to 100K and swore he
would never buy a BMW again!
The new BMW I bought while living in Spain in the early 70's (Note the
correct usage of the apostrophe....witless) broke its emission control pump
in the first 10,000 miles.
You must be completely impoverished! Like my friend T, who's got a nice Jag
that's not a 2008, a BMW 7 series (2005, IIRC) and a gorgeous white
Fleetwood convertible from I don't remember what year. Then, there's a
mini-van for taking the dogs to the vet.
My one daughter traded one of her small cars on a seven passenger SUV. Now
they no longer need to take their two cars when the whole family needed to
go some place together. The fact is Americans buy what they need, not what
the government or some other idiot things they need
Please don't drive anywhere today. You are hallucinating. In this thread, or
any other where I'v been involved in this subject, you have NEVER seen me
suggest any form of external control of people's automobile purchases.
However, you will pretend you have seen me say these things because you have
a strange need to post things that are in no way related to the discussion
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